From the bohemian youth of Paris to the hippies and counter-culturists in Amsterdam, Ed van der Elsken relentlessly sought out the authentic people, looking for beauty and poetry in reality.
This visually stimulating exhibition explores how photographers have interpreted the aesthetic, social and environmental facets of an increasingly urbanised landscape.
Musée d'art moderne, Paris sheds a new light on Dutch artist Karel Appel's work with this new retrospective. Runs from February 24, 2017 to August 20, 2017.
Walker Evans's photographs of America, including his iconic photographers of Alabama sharecroppers, are a powerful documentation of a bygone era.
Chiharu Shiota's monumental installation at the art gallery is an exhibition that needs to be experienced.
A selection of some noteworthy free art exhibitions in Paris.
Junzo Sakakura (1901-1969) was a Japanese architect, a disciple of Le Corbusier and the former president of Japan Institute of Architects. To the public,...
"Holocaust and Comic Books" at the Holocaust Memorial – until October 30, 2017Art Spiegelman's Maus aside, the subject of Holocaust as represented in comic...
Landscapes have long been the subject of artistic interrogation and interpretation. Maps, albeit functional tools for navigation through landscapes, deeply affect the way humans...
The Month of Photography of Grand Paris (Mois de la photo du Grand Paris) runs through the month of April in Paris and beyond. An excellent opportunity to see some stunning photography exhibitions and to discover several architectural gems as well as alternative spaces of art creation and promotion.